Trump is extremely effective at dividing and conquering his opponents. What would it take for progressives to divide his supporters?
Come join us for the one and only “Triple Dozen” Holiday Party on 12-12-12 with the Institute for Policy Studies, as we close the year celebrating with our friends and supporters.
While Obama’s policies have the short-term potential to improve the lives of many Americans beleaguered by the economic slump, the approach he champions is insufficient to tackle the long-term problems we face.
Big ideas can change voting patterns.
Liberals aren’t trying to make anyone use birth control.
You’re invited to what might be the best IPS holiday party ever! Join us at the 5th and K street Busboys & Poets for food, beverages, great music, our annual holiday skit, an auction and raffle of wonderful items, and a gathering of positive and progressive people.
Local opposition to a proposed road in Trinidad brings new understanding of “progress,” and what it means to be rooted.
Two weeks before Nigeria’s election, Ike Okonta takes aim at progressive politics in Nigeria – or the lack thereof.
Victory was ours, on a few occasions anyway.
If Robert Gibbs can’t answer the simple question — where’s our money — voters will do what they usually do in elections and let their pocketbooks determine their choices.
Imtiaz Gul goes to Pakistan’s tribal areas and details the region’s descent into chaos.
Pentagon plans for cuts won’t change security spending balance
Reality TV has reached the White House. So when will it come to foreign policy?
Early on at the U.S. Social Forum, I was struck by the disjuncture between the huge ambition of the assembly and the limitations of the conference’s agenda and slate of decentralized workshops.
How the Institute takes advantage of new opportunities while remaining true to its social justice values.